If you hope to see wild animals up close think again!
They drive you with a car on a (i can only assume) purposely badly kept road to see mostly all kinds of antilopes. You don't come close to any animal - not like advertised....เพิ่มเติม
Spent the night in the most comfortable luxurious bed in a tent cabin. Great food in the restaurant and abundant breakfast. Loved hearing the animals at night. What a treat ! The safari we took my daughter and friends on for her birthday and was...เพิ่มเติม
I was looking for something to do that was different than the standard hotel/crowded resort type getaway for our Silver Anniversary. I found a great off season deal on Travel Zoo. Safari West did not disappoint us. We both loved everything about the place. The...เพิ่มเติม
Came here from the East Coast to start a week-long trip culminating in my brother's wedding in SF. We had six adults, three in each tent and we were very comfortable. Unfortunately did not hear the native sounds as we had the heater on most...เพิ่มเติม
Yes, part of it. Best to go with guide as you get into the enclosures.
These questions are for the Staff: I'm planning a trip from Long Beach with my 3 grandchildren. Is there enough to do at Safari West to book a 2-3 night stay? Also, if we take Amtrak is there a close station to Safari West. Or, do you recommend driving?
3 ธันวาคม 2016|
คำตอบแสดงคำตอบทั้งหมด 3 รายการซ่อนคำตอบทั้งหมด
คำตอบจาก Hetta M | รีวิวสถานที่ให้บริการนี้ |
Hmmm . . . First of all your grandchildren will love Safari West. Just make sure you visit when the weather is neither too hot nor too cold. My guess is that most people spend one night and one day at Safari West. You can... เพิ่มเติม
Hmmm . . . First of all your grandchildren will love Safari West. Just make sure you visit when the weather is neither too hot nor too cold. My guess is that most people spend one night and one day at Safari West. You can pretty much cover it in that amount of time. Be sure to book the dinner on the night you stay. To my knowledge there is no Amtrak nearby. I would drive and stop to visit other wonderful things along the way. Hearst Castle comes to mind. One of my favorite way offbeat places is a real working ranch near San Luis Obispo. They have limited guest facilities, I think it's called "Work Family Guest Ranch". If the kids are into horses they can go on a beautiful ride. Next stop could be San Francisco, lots of kid-related things to do there obviously depending on the ages. Then up to Safari West. Head home through Yosemite, well worth several nights, etc. Good luck with the planning
For an excursion like this, do you recommend just spending one night? We live in the Bay Area. Is it better to spend the night you do the tour or spend the night before the tour?
21 กรกฎาคม 2016|
"The tent cabins on the hill offer a fantastic view. They are a little quieter than the ones closer to the..."